News ItemMarch 2018 Park Post

MediNatura Launches New Products
MediNatura, located in the SS&TP, develops, manufactures, and sells medications based on natural substances. This past year the company launched several new products and brought back Traumeel® ointment to the U.S. market after it was absent for the past two years. Traumeel is a popular German anti-inflammatory pain reliever. The company is also partnering with Heifer International on a program to help save bees in a promotion tied to their ReBoost Cough Syrup which includes honey.

Xertrix Opens New Building in the Park
Xertrix Technologies, Inc. recently moved into their newly constructed 10,000-sq.-ft. facility. The company manufactures made-to-order high precision machined parts, components, and assemblies produced from metals, plastics, and machinable ceramics. They also provide support and consulting during the R&D, prototype, and production stage of laser, defense, and commercial projects.

NMSBVI Innovations Fair
The Albuquerque campus for the New Mexico School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (NMSBVI), located in the Park, recently held its 2nd Annual Innovations Fair, a showcase of ideas and evolving programs that support innovative practices for their students. The fair allowed representatives from the school’s early childhood, residential, and outreach programs to share a sampling of these ideas and practices with the community.

From its groundbreaking in 1998 to the present day, the SS&TP has become an economic engine with impact that is felt throughout the region. The vision for a vibrant technology community has become a reality and has served as a model for research parks around the world. Each month during 2018, the Park Post will highlight happenings that occurred 20 years ago in this section.

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